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The Lamborghini Urus, Aventador and Huracán compete in a drag race!

Three Lamborghinis, three challenges

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Today we're going to see a very interesting drag race. While there are obviously rivalries between the manufacturers, tensions can also arise within the same family. At Lamborghini, for example, it is possible to pit the three best-selling vehicles Urus, Aventador and Huracán against each other.

Although these three cars are aimed at different customers, their primary goal is still performance and sportiness. Launched at the end of 2017, the Urus is the brand's second SUV. Based on the Audi Q8 platform, the Lamborghini features a 4.0-liter V8 producing 650 bhp and 850 Nm of torque.

It weighs 2200 kg and sends all its power to all four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission. On the other side is the more exclusive Aventador SV with its 6.5-liter V12 producing 750 bhp and 690 Nm of torque. The supercar conceals a single-clutch, seven-speed robotised gearbox and weighs 1,575 kg.

Finally, the Huracán Performante gets a 5.2-litre V10 producing 640 bhp and 600 Nm of torque. The car has a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and weighs only 1,382 kg on the scale. As with the Aventador SV, all-wheel drive is standard. Which car will emerge victorious from this family showdown?

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Comments (2)

  • For those of us old enough to remember “fast grocery getters” and , or Sleepers, as we called them, it’s reminiscent of those cars.

    It’s just a Gen Z version and way more expensive.

    You could get a tri 5 V8 Chevy wagon, simple mods and race. That’s what my dad did growing up in Hawaii across sugar cane fields. For me it was always 60’s wagons. My first car was a 1964 Bel-Air Wagon with a blown head gasket I bought before I could drive (legally 😉) for 50 bucks. It was a lighter weight one. No AC, no 3rd seat, only power was breaks and steering. It had a 283 and a 2 speed auto. I kept it looking stock. But it ran with Big Block Chevys by the time I had my License. But it looked completely stock.

    Couldn’t turn a corner to save its life, but not the point.

    It also didn’t cost 300 plus grand or need a computer to run. Just a good ear, and some hands on tuning.

    Now I sound like Jeremy talking about F1... lol

      9 days ago
  • lambos are speedy

      6 days ago
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